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"The court filing describes Britto's trade dress as involving bright colors, thick black lines, and combinations of different patterns in upbeat themes." Oh... just like the art that the late Roy Lichtenstein had been doing for years before that!
In the photographic world it's well known that Sony are the major maker of sensor chips for both Nikon and Canon DSLRs. An article at Chipworks describes some of the pro models using them... http://www.chipworks.com/en/technical-competitive-analysis/resources/blog/full-frame-dslr-cameras-part-1-nikon-vs-sony/   I'm also sure that Nikon still make the 'stepper motors' (I've forgotten the technical term) which Sony uses to manufacture the chips for Nikon... so these...
"There is an appetite for a platform that can provide a productivity experience that remains consistent across multiple form factors and device types, and we believe Microsoft is well positioned to capture some of that demand." That made me smile... it took them long enough to catch on to an idea that Apple have been executing beautifully for years.
I'm guessing the photo wasn't taken during a busy shopping period... though I could be wrong
 Kudos to you, man, on all your comments in this thread... or as is said here in France... "Chapeau!"
I'm guessing it's an app for the iPhone that can use the camera to scan old 45s, 78s and LPs and, in an instant, record the tracks!  :)
I will never join their rental scheme either, and I started in 1992 with Adobe PhotoShop, Illustrator, InDesign, etc. The only Adobe software I use daily nowadays is Lightroom, which can still be purchased... thankfully!
 Hello Roy(?) - only just seen your response more than a week after you posted it... mine looks like yours judging by the outline shape, except that my electric wire comes out of the top and curves around and down into my heart - I can tell because even the curving path of the wire is just visible. Like your's the darn thing stands out like a sore thumb... my weight is only 66 kilos (145 lbs in your money) because I'm quite active, a vegetarian and (therefore) slim with a...
Like you, here in France we drive "left-hookers" - so because the seat-belt crosses where the defibrillator is placed it's permissible here to drive "unbelted" after obtaining an official doctor's letter to show the gendarmes if you are stopped for not wearing a belt as required by law. My choice in life aged 70 is to walk every day - sold my car 4 years ago - but if I do hitch a lift I sit on the passenger side so the seat-belt is across my right chest.
Wondered about this myself after I had a cardiovario defibrillator inserted a couple of months ago and told the battery would need to be changed after perhaps 7 years. My operation in a French hospital was very good... 30 minutes with a local anaesthetic, so I was in and out in no time!
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